Why We Can't Decide

Why We Can’t Decide

We can’t seem to decide what we want. In the winter, we wished it were warmer. In the summer, we wished it were cooler. We are surrounded by an abundance of food, people, and ideas but struggle to find something to eat, someone to talk to, or a book worth reading. The running thread in …

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You're Thinking About the Office All Wrong

You’re Thinking About the Office All Wrong

The WSJ recently had an article explaining how workers are refusing to come back to the office despite the avalanche of bribes offered by employers. As it turns out, free bagels and drinks aren’t enough to make up for the hours of commute and “wasted” time that some employees will face. Two years of working …

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The Office is Dead and Its Replacement is Much Better

The Office is Dead and Its Replacement is Much Better

2022 is upon us and I’m always excited at the start of the year. The calendar change may seem symbolic but it has come to determine how we think about our lives. New year, new opportunities. For some companies, 2022 means the continual battle with the fallout from COVID-19. The topic on the mind of …

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Are Your Decisions Fragile?

Are Your Decisions Fragile?

Unless you have been living under a rock, then you have heard quite a lot about supply chains over the past few months. I don’t think I have ever known so much about how ports function, the different elements of a supply chain, or how chassis are managed.  What we are learning is that supply …

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Why I Fear Skimpflation More Than Inflation

Why You Should Fear Skimpflation More Than Inflation

You can’t go more than a few days without hearing about how inflation is coming for all of our money. Depending on who you’re talking to, we are either in the early stages of 1930s Germany or the 1980s US. To be honest, I don’t know if inflation is here to stay or if it …

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Can Your Business Dial 911?

Can Your Business Dial 911 Automatically?

The WSJ recently reported that Apple is working on allowing its watches to detect car crashes and call 911 automatically. This builds on the “fall detection” that Apple touted a few years ago. It’s a fascinating shift in how we are approaching personal health — from reactive to proactive. Instead of hoping that someone is …

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